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IDEA Institute: Fidesz support unchanged at 29 percent

Public support for ruling Fidesz among voting age adults has not changed and stands at 29 percent, according to a survey conducted by the IDEA institute in early March, the weekly 168 ora reported on Monday.

Support for Fidesz among people with clear-cut party preferences was gauged at 48 percent, the report said, adding that “Fidesz’s dominant position is not endangered by any of the opposition parties”.

Concerning the opposition, the pollster said that if the general elections were held now, the Democratic Coalition (DK) would garner 12 percent of the votes, Mi Hazank 6 percent, and Momentum 5 percent, clearing the parliamentary threshold.

All other parliamentary parties — LMP, Jobbik, the Socialist Party, and Parbeszed — would garner one percent each, and the satyrical non-parliamentary Two-tailed Dog four percent, and would not make it to parliament.

The ratio of voters without a party preference was gauged at 38 percent, 2 percentage points higher than earlier.

The survey was conducted on Facebook between March 25 and February 16 on a representative sample.

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